A Grade II Listed period town house with enclosed private rear garden and no onward chain.
The Old Seed House is a most attractive period property, believed to have been built in the 19th Century of hamstone elevations under a slate roof. The property is part of a distinctive terrace with similar houses and maintains many of its character features.
On the ground floor is an entrance hall with door into the sitting room with a lovely bay window to the front and open fire place. A door from the entrance hall leads to an inner hallway with stairs to the first floor, cloakroom with WC wash hand basin and large under stairs storage cupboard. The dining room over looks the rear garden with an open fireplace and alcove with shelving. From here a door leads into the kitchen with modern fitted wall and base units, integral oven and gas hob with further space for fridge freezer, washing machine and dish washer and door out to the rear garden.
On the first floor is a galleried landing with access to the roof space, with doors leading to the bedrooms. The master bedroom has a sash window to the front aspect with feature fireplace. The second bedroom is a double room with airing cupboard housing the hot water tank and bedroom three which is located to the rear has a fitted cupboard with shelving and wall mounted gas central heating boiler.
There is a family bathroom with panelled bath and shower over, a high level WC and pedestal wash hand basin.
To the front of the property is a garden enclosed by hedging and a gate, a path leads to the front door. There is a side pedestrian door giving access to the rear garden which enjoys a good degree of privacy. There is a courtyard area leading up to a raised garden area with borders of shrubs and flowers. Also to the rear of the property is an attached study/office which has a storage area.
Martock is one of the prettiest villages in the area, and comprises many period houses and cottages built of local honey coloured hamstone, for which the area is well known. The Conservation Area is centred on the magnificent parish church and surrounding buildings. The Village centre is within level walking distance where a good range of shops and amenities can be found, whilst the largest cultural and commercial centres of Yeovil and Taunton are easily accessible by road. The A303 London to Exeter trunk road is a short distance away. The mainline rail stations are at Yeovil, Crewkerne and Castle Cary.
From the A303 Cartgate Roundabout, proceed in a westerly direction towards South Petherton and take first exit signposted to Martock. Cross over the A303 and continue into the village. At the T-junction turn right and follow this lane to the centre of the village into North Street where the property will be found on your right hand side.
Mains water, electricity, drainage and gas
fired central heating
South SOmerset District Council
Council Tax - Band C